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with at this moment in this country. joining us now, a couple of different people. i'm not sure who's going to be here first. but i think i have senator sanders. hello, senator. how are you? >> i'm great. how are you? >> i'm good. i want to split this into two different things. one, elizabeth warren and her role at the cfpa. she, obviously, is the person you have been wanting. how do you feel about the current decision? >> i think at a time when the american people are profoundly disgusted with the crooks on wall street and the huge ripoffs that wall street is perm traiting against the american people, i think millions of people are feeling better today than at least they're going to have a brilliant and aggressive advocate on their side in terms of professor warren. i've known elizabeth for many, many years. she's smart. she's tough. and i think she's prepared to take on wall street. i applaud president obama for giving her that position. >> if you were to look at the choice -- the way in which it was done, the politics of doing it, if you will, she was not installed, as you know, on an interim appoi
. again, we listen to our members, but ik i think president gave us what we needed. clarity. and the public is with the president. >> that's good. let's see how long it lasts. some republican, meantime, are pushing for a temporary, two-year session for the tax cuts of the top 2%. gee, i wonder that happens in two years? we get a new president. if it's a republican, he'll extend tax cuts indefinitely. as the president would say, let's be clear. history shows us the richest americans don't put tax savings back into the economy. they put it in their pockets. after bush's tax cuts, the savings rate went up compared to clinton's increase. more money into the economy with tax increases. even a one-year extension of tax cuts for the rich would cost us $39 billion. that's another huge hole in the budget. that's what they friend to care so much about. here's what the democrats are never going to do. win an argument if they don't make their own case. the numbers are in. tax cuts for the rich do not stimulate the economy. the american people are sick of giving more tax cuts to the rich
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